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Gay Issues Therapists in Chattanooga

Kitty Garrett, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chattanooga
“I have been counseling people for more than 15 years and I love what I do. I love assisting people in finding there own unique voice and personal power. My approach is practical and person specific. I have been very successful in helping people suffering from mild to very severe depression and anxiety. I also work well with issues of self esteem and relationship issues. Call me for a brief phone consultation to decide if I would be a good fit for you.
Gay Issues
(423) 248-2310
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37402
Laura Susan Sikes, Counselor  in Chattanooga
“I am an individual, couple and family therapist. Issues typically addressed in my practice are trauma, depression, anxiety, adjustment problems, emotional regulation, and relationship issues. I have received extensive training, and am continuing my training process, in the use of the following modalities: TF-CBT, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing; EFT, Emotionally Focused Therapy, and Play Therapy which is a developmentally appropriate therapy for children ages 3-10.
Gay Issues
(423) 271-3353
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37419
Kellie Currin,   in Chattanooga
“I believe you have unique strengths that are waiting to be uncovered and therapy can be the place of discovery. It is also a place for lonely people to feel connected, those who are afraid to feel safe, solace for those who feel too busy, a place to be heard for those who feel misunderstood and a steady place during a time of adjustment. I am best suited to work with clients ages 11 and up, with a variety of concerns, but most often those experiencing depression, anxiety, body image concerns, self-harm, relationship issues, grief, loss and trauma.
Gay Issues
(423) 425-9570
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37404
Kim Gaines Eckert, Psychologist  in Chattanooga
“Do you long to feel whole? I am a psychologist with over 15 years of experience helping people on their journeys toward healing and wholeness. I specialize in relationship issues and coping skills, especially related to anxiety, self-esteem, worry and depression. Often, people come see me for help with a difficult season of life - perhaps a life transition or a period of loss. Others come after years of struggling with feelings of inadequacy, fear or sadness. I see folks across the lifespan on a wide range of emotional and behavioral difficulties.
Gay Issues
(423) 800-5423
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421
Pam Guess, Psychologist  in Chattanooga
“As a Psychologist with over twenty-five years of practice, I have had the opportunity to work alongside individuals and families as they have faced physical, emotional, interpersonal, and intrapersonal life challenges. I often see clients with issues such as depression, anxiety/stress, life transitions, and adjustments to changes in health. While life challenges often shift our focus to what may feel fragile within, I passionately believe that we can find a place of inner strength and regain a sense of .wellness. Thank you for your time in reading about my practice; I look forward to the possibility of meeting with you.
Gay Issues
(423) 415-4220
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37419
Holli Elizabeth Richey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chattanooga
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RH
“As a therapist and herbalist, Holli assesses the physical-emotional-mental-spiritual body, providing talk-therapy and herbal formulas when appropriate. Whether coming for assistance through a life transition, or for managing stress, dealing with chronic pain, weight loss issues, or coping with grief, therapy can cultivate insight, empower change and support well-being. Holli formulates custom botanical extracts, teas and powders from the apothecary to serve as a supporting bridge as clients make progress.
Gay Issues
(423) 465-4448
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37406
Stephanie Edmondson, LPC, Counselor  in Chattanooga
“I see it as a privilege to engage in a therapeutic relationship to offer respect, empathy, genuineness, compassion, and encouragement. I am a licensed counselor with a variety of experience working with both adolescents and adults. My counseling approach offers a relaxed, safe place, free of judgement for individuals seeking an opportunity to gain greater self awareness, grow as individuals and develop healthier, more fulfilling relationships. I can facilitate an increased sense of awareness which allows for self acceptance and an inner sense of peace. I can offer guidance in developing skills for improving interpersonal relationships, building self esteem, and challenge negative thinking patterns.
Gay Issues
(423) 665-4285
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408
Suzanne Kent, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chattanooga
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“. Thank you for reading my profile and congratulations on making the decision to seek help. My goal is to help you achieve your goals for your self. I have been in private practice over 20 years and have experience with a wide variety of people and issues. I have had training in many treatment modalities, theories and techniques, so I can personalize your treatment to best meet your needs. The therapy relationship is very personal and I don't claim to be the best therapist for everyone, but I promise to give you my best effort!
Gay Issues
(423) 388-4439
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405
Mari Lilly, Psychiatrist  in Chattanooga
“Listening and thinking together, we can find solutions. Using my training in different types of psychotherapy, mindfulness meditation, psychopharmacology , biofeedback and hypnosis , we can put together a life you want. Life can be much more than it is now for you. Sadness, despair, anxiety and trauma are treatable, not a life sentence.
Gay Issues
(423) 342-3079
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405
Kimberly A Stricker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chattanooga
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my outpatient practice, I provide therapy for individuals, couples and families with a focus on remembering there is always a choice for wellness and harmony. I enjoy helping clients develop their own, unique coping skills and explore empowering options which can have a large life impact. Having the courage to reach out can be the first step to significant and lasting changes.
Gay Issues
(423) 291-4774 x1
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421
Jane N Geiger,   in Chattanooga
MA, MDiv, DMin
“RELATIONSHIPS! RELATIONSHIPS! RELATIONSHIPS! My specialty is working with people in ALL of their relationships -- with God, with themselves, with others, in marriage, with family, at work, at church, and beyond. In a GRACE environment, individuals heal, couples love, family conflicts resolve, the hopeless receive hope. I have seen miracles in the lives of the nearly divorcing. I work with clients to get to root problems quickly. We serve people of faith and no faith. Our Pro-Marriage Center, DivorceWellness Center, MissionMediation, & Writers Cup of GRACE books provide healing opportunities with encouragement. See WritersCupofGrace.com and MissionMediation.com for more info.
Gay Issues
(423) 994-0034
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405
Taylor Bowman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Chattanooga
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MMFT
“Many of us struggle with the tendency to isolate ourselves when we are in pain. We experience shame and guilt at the prospect of our stories being heard by others. So instead of leaning in to one another, we push away, leaving us unseen, forgotten and lonely. In spite of our fears, I believe we all have a deep, innate desire to be known and accepted in our stories, and it takes great courage to push past what we are afraid of to find the freedom that comes with sharing who we are.
Gay Issues
(423) 389-8156
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405
Denise Powell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chattanooga
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEAP
“I primarily work with adults and older adolescents. I promote a supportive environment to provide a trusting and caring venue for my clients to explore their concerns. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Certified Employee Assistance Professional and am Certified Practitioner in Rapid Resolution Therapy, as well as Certified by the National Board of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapy. My practice focuses on many concerns, but in particular I work with addiction, trauma, anxiety, relationship concerns and depression.
Gay Issues
(423) 388-4258 x2
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421
Nickole Moore  in Chattanooga
“Sometimes life can be overwhelming and you may feel out of control, but positive life changes are possible. I will provide a safe environment to help you identify your fears, clarify the vision you have for your well-being, and give you skills to achieve your goals. I specialize in couples therapy, parenting, anxiety, depression, grief, self-harm, trauma, emotional regulation, and infidelity issues. I work with individuals, couples, kids, adolescents and families. I love my work and find it extremely rewarding when clients' relationships become more fulfilling and they take charge of their life.
Gay Issues
(423) 793-3434
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405
Greg Seymour, Counselor  in Chattanooga
“Over the past 10 years, I have loved working with every angle of the family. If you looked at my schedule on any given day, you'd probably see a few married couples, some exhausted and burnt-out parents, a college student, a 4th-12th grader, someone having an affair, someone who has been crushed by a loss or a person who is wrestling through their attraction to the same gender. I often find that a person's willingness to come in and simply talk about things creates at least 50% of the change they are looking for.
Gay Issues
(423) 328-8649
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408
Jan F Sherbak, Psychologist  in Chattanooga
“My clinical focus is in helping individuals begin to fully understand the "self" and to identify obstacles standing in the way of reaching emotional, relational and professional goals. I believe that once one truly understands the purpose of and reasons for their struggles, they can begin to affect important changes.
Gay Issues
(423) 781-6943 x15
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408
Lisa Harrison, Counselor  in Chattanooga
“Are you wondering if therapy is right for you? If you are seeking to understand old patterns of behavior, improve your relationships and create the life that you really want, then working with me can provide the supportive environment necessary for change and growth.
Gay Issues
(423) 536-9958
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37404
Nancy Holland,   in Chattanooga
“Choosing to make changes in our lives can be scary and challenging. Having the right individual to help you in facing those changes is imperative. I enjoy working with those interested in making changes in their lives whether it be in facing present life transitions and stressors or dealing with past events/traumas. I have great empathy, compassion and patience in working with those who want to tackle their challenges in a safe and supportive therapeutic environment. I would be honored to work with you and/or your loved one(s) to help you take the steps towards change.
Gay Issues
(423) 800-5099
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421
Heather Monson-James, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chattanooga
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Over the past 18 years I've been practicing psychotherapy in outpatient and inpatient settings. I began my career working with complex psychiatric cases and have evolved my practice to include a focus on wellness and prevention. This has given me the experience and exposure to work with a wide variety of problems facing us today. I work with individuals, couples, and families utilizing evidence-based treatment techniques in a manner that is tailored to each person's unique needs. In my practice, I employ a holistic approach in treatment to assist clients in addressing their problems from a balanced perspective.
Gay Issues
(423) 328-8432
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405
John Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Chattanooga
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It's simply an honor that I am allowed to be a part of the intimate lives of my clients, and with great care we get to collaborate to find healing and solutions. I thoroughly enjoy working with children and adolescents regarding difficulties at school or home, or finding solutions to problems that adults may have with them. I also enjoy working with young adults who are struggling with transitions in life, or in need of processing the past.
Gay Issues
(423) 299-0633
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408

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